Tricycle Gardens Plant Sale; St.John’s Easter Egg Hunt; Silent Auction for LLS; Tuesday St. John’s Knitting Circle; Beginning Computer Classes for Adults; Union Hill Civic Association meeting; Open Mic @ Poe’s; Showtime at the Robinson; Church Hill Creative Homemakers Society; South of Fairmount clean-up; Earth Day Richmond; Church Hill Walking Tour; MORE…
Tricycle Gardens Plant Sale
Sat Apr 11 10:00 am
Plant Sale featuring Perennials & Vegetable Seedlings. Good Prices! Sale to benefit Tricycle Gardens Church Hill Garden – Jefferson Ave – between 23rd & 24th St
St.John’s Easter Egg Hunt
Sat Apr 11 4:00 pm
Come on out for the Easter Egg Hunt this Saturday at 4PM at St.John’s. All are welcome.
Silent Auction for LLS
Sat Apr 11 7:00 pm
Que Pasa will host a fundraiser and silent auction Saturday, April 11 benefitting the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. Prizes up for auction include a number of different items and they all must go! Come in early for dinner! The auction will begin at 7 and will feature music by members of A Good Natured Riot and the Mills Family Band! Hope you can come out
Tuesday St. John’s Knitting Circle
Tue Apr 14
The Tuesday St. John’s Knitting Circle’s weekly meeting, in the Parish Center. If you have questions, please call Martha Broughton at 648-2145.
Beginning Computer Classes for Adults
Tue Apr 14 10:30 am
Have computer questions and don’t know where to begin? Come by the library and we’ll help you get started! East End Library (2414 R Street, (804) 646-4474)
Open Mic @ Poe’s
Tue Apr 14 8:15 pm
Weekly Open Mic every Tuesday at Poe’s Pub, hosted by Jim Daab. Sign up at 8:15, music at 9PM
Union Hill Civic Association meeting
Wed Apr 15 7-8PM
@ Cedar Street Baptist Church
Showtime at the Robinson
Fri Apr 17 7:30 pm
Open for participants to showcase their talent in areas of singing, dancing, comedy, drama, poetry, story-telling, miming, you name it (within reason and after approval) you can have the stage at the Robinson for an allotted time slot! There’s a variety of untapped talent in this community and it’s time to show it off to more than just your mirror at home. Family-friendly content. Winner will receive $50 cash prize!
FREE to participate, $3 at door for guests
Sign-up by contacting Betsy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 562.9133 OR come to the BHC Community Event Sunday, April 5 at Beckstoffer’s Mill 12:30-3 p.m.
Church Hill Creative Homemakers Society
Sat Apr 18 4:00 pm
Lower floor of Leigh Street Church (517 North 25th Street)
South of Fairmount clean-up
Sat Apr 18 !8:00 am
Come on out and help New Visions Civic League clean up the neighborhood! Meet at the little park at 23rd, Q, and Carrington Streets on Saturday, April 18, at 8AM. Trash picker-uppers and bags have been provided by the Clean City Commission, now we need volunteers to put’em to good use.
Earth Day Richmond
Sat Apr 18 10:00 am
A celebration of Mother Earth. Music, Food, Art, Exhibits and the James River Fish Festival. Held at the South End of the 14th Street Bridge.
Church Hill Walking Tour
Sun Apr 19 2:00 pm
Examine 19th century architecture and modern revitalization efforts in Richmond’s oldest intact neighborhood. Developed by Major William Mayo, Church Hill is home to St. John’s Church, where Patrick Henry made his famous speech, and the city’s largest number of antebellum structures.
Meet your guide at Patrick Henry Park across from St. John’s Church, E. Broad and 24th streets. $10 (Pay your guide on the day of the tour. ) Members: $5
Valentine Richmond History Center